ⓘ UTF1

                                     

ⓘ UTF1

Undifferentiated embryonic cell transcription factor 1 is a protein in humans that is encoded by the UTF1 gene. UTF1, first reported in 1998, is expressed in pluripotent cells including embryonic stem cells and embryonic carcinoma cells. Its expression is rapidly reduced upon differentiation. UTF1 protein is localized to the cell nucleus, where it functions to regulate the pluripotent chromatin state and buffer mRNA levels by promoting degradation of mRNA.

Aberrant expression of UTF1 was also in tumor cells in which the gene UTF1 promoter methylation loses and becomes overly pronounced than in normal cervical cells.

                                     
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  • UTF - 32 32 - bit Unicode Transformation Format is a fixed - length encoding used to encode Unicode code points that uses exactly 32 bits four bytes per
  • UTF - 16 16 - bit Unicode Transformation Format is a character encoding capable of encoding all 1 112, 064 valid code points of Unicode. The encoding is
  • UTF - 7 7 - bit Unicode Transformation Format is a variable - length character encoding that was proposed for representing Unicode text using a stream of
  • UTF - EBCDIC is a character encoding used to represent Unicode characters. It is meant to be EBCDIC - friendly, so that legacy EBCDIC applications on mainframes
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  • The Compatibility Encoding Scheme for UTF - 16: 8 - Bit CESU - 8 is a variant of UTF - 8 that is described in Unicode Technical Report 26. A Unicode code point
  • is a MIME compatible Unicode compression scheme. BOCU - 1 combines the wide applicability of UTF - 8 with the compactness of Standard Compression Scheme for
  • them with ISO 2022 escape sequences UTF - 1 which encodes all the characters in sequences of bytes of varying length 1 to 5 bytes, each of which contain